Hello, my Friend! Hello today!
I hope you are in a good way!
No matter rain, sleet, snow, or shine,
I always hope your day is fine!
‘Tis such a cozy time of year,
So comfy, snug and warm in here!
It is nice, too, the crisp, cool air,
That feels good and smells good out there!
When I am walkin’ to and fro,
So much to see where’er I go!
The squirrel’s still runnin’ around…
The frost is coverin’ the ground.
Each plant is covered with the frost,
Many blooms have long been lost.
The autumn sky shows shadow grays
Season’s changed in many ways!
The moon and stars, though, still shine bright,
And light the sky each cool, fall night.
The nests are showin’ in bare trees…
Some geese still fly high in their V’s.
Ducks still swim before lake’s freeze,
And seagulls join right in with ease.
The little birds…they still fly, too…
We’re dressin’ warmer…me and you!
But while this happens, we do wait
For Christmas Day…it won’t be late!
We Leprechauns love Santa, too,
Such Christmas fun for me and you!
But we know well, whose special day,
We celebrate in Christmas’ way…
‘Tis Baby Jesus, King of Kings,
The Babe for Whom all Heaven sings!
We know about that time so well,
Because of what St. Pat did tell…
St. Pat told us, ’twas long ago,
There was the journey that we know.
When Mary and her Joseph went
To where they were, by census, sent.
The gentle donkey Mary rode,
Eased her discomfort on the road.
Dear Joseph…he loved her so much…
God graced him with an Angel’s touch.
They left their home in Galilee,
And they went south near the Dead Sea.
From Nazareth, the town, they came…
To a place, Bethlehem by name.
As David’s City it has fame,
David, the King…the very same!
This would fulfill the prophecy,
‘Twas eighty miles by donkey!
In Bethlehem, there was an Inn,
But no one said to them, “Come in!”
Did not become reality…
For there was no room for them there.
They simply had to go elsewhere.
But soon it was, they found a place,
Fit for a King? ‘Twas not the case…
The King of Kings would soon be born
On what we call first Christmas morn,
Where it would be safe from danger…
Jesus was born in a manger. (Luke 2:11)
Barn animals were also there,
Along with Mary’s donkey, where
The Son of God would lay his Head,
On the hay of His manger bed.
St. Pat taught us about this Birth,
Of Jesus, God, upon our Earth.
So, as we wait for Christmas Day,
We will anticipate the way,
We’ll celebrate with such delight,
Jesus, the Way, the Truth, and Light!
So…now…more Christmas work to do…
And, oh, I am so tired, too.
Maybe I will just take a snooze,
So, when time comes I will not lose
The time I need for secret fun,
For Christmas, so I get it done!
I simply have to light my tree,
So from my window, you can see!
I hope you love my Christmas lights,
Among the many Christmas sights,
That are so splendid and so fine,
To celebrate that Birth, Divine!
I am so glad we talked today.
God bless you is what I do say!